In yalls opinion which intercooler is best, BD, AFE, or banks? Also they are just straight bolt on right?
Not true, believe it or not there is a science to it. Flow air threw it to fast and it will not have time to be able to cool the air. There is alot of things that you have to take in account. If that was true what you are saying then why replace the factory Inter Cooler?Once again I gotta agree that an intercooler is all about preference on who? They all do the same thing.
I would run a Joe Hellmann Inter Cooler. He has one of the fastest 12v's. Not the fastest but very low 10's or maybe high 9's. He knows his stuff like no other. I think his can handle up to 135psi. Also they did a piece on his race truck and Moose's blue Ford with a 05 5.9 CR (which Joe also built and did the conversion) in the April Diesel Power mag.Hellmann Performance Intercoolers, custom fabrication richmond texas, hellmann performance richmond texas, custom fabrication, diesel truck, welding, diesel performance parts, texas, powerstrokeIn yalls opinion which intercooler is best, BD, AFE, or banks? Also they are just straight bolt on right?
I read about some fast diesels guys playing with water to air inter cooler and ended up going back to air to air and some ran without and used a bigger shot of spray.i think air to air is way out dated and if u would be upgrading the gains are not really worth the money i dont think but to each there own. now if u want to upgrade and make it worth the money and spend the same amount then air to water is the way to go :thumbsup:
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